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  • 1.Glanz, K, Basil, M, Maibach, E, Goldberg, J & Snyder, D (1998) Why Americans eat what they do: taste, nutrition, cost, convenience, and weight control concerns as influences on food consumption. J Am Diet Assoc98, 1118–1126.

    2.French, SA, Story, M & Jeffery, RW (2001) Environmental influences on eating and physical activity. Annu Rev Public Health22, 309–335.

    3.Hayden, S, Blissard, N, Bhuyan, S & Nayga, RMJr (2004) The Demand for Food Away from Home: Full-Service or Fast Food? Agricultural Economic Report no. AER829. Washington, DC: USDA Economic Research Service.

    4.Guthrie, JF, Lin, BH & Frazao, E (2002) Role of food prepared away from home in the American diet, 1977–78 versus 1994–96: changes and consequences. J Nutr Educ Behav34, 140–150.

    5.Nielsen, SJ, Siega-Riz, AM & Popkin, BM (2002) Trends in food locations and sources among adolescents and young adults. Prev Med35, 107–113.

    6.Nielsen, SJ, Siega-Riz, AM & Popkin, BM (2002) Trends in energy intake in US between 1977 and 1996: similar shifts seen across age groups. Obes Res10, 370–378.

    7.Bowman, SA & Vinyard, BT (2004) Fast food consumption of US adults: impact on energy and nutrient intakes and overweight status. J Am Coll Nutr23, 163–168.

    8.Satia, JA, Galanko, JA & Siega-Riz, AM (2004) Eating at fast-food restaurants is associated with dietary intake, demographic, psychosocial and behavioural factors among African Americans in North Carolina. Public Health Nutr7, 1089–1096.

    9.Schmidt, M, Affenito, SG, Striegel-Moore, R, Khoury, PR, Barton, B, Crawford, P, Kronsberg, S, Schreiber, G, Obarzanek, E & Daniels, S (2005) Fast-food intake and diet quality in black and white girls: the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Growth and Health Study. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med159, 626–631.

    10.Befort, C, Kaur, H, Nollen, N, Sullivan, DK, Nazir, N, Choi, WS, Hornberger, L & Ahluwalia, JS (2006) Fruit, vegetable, and fat intake among non-Hispanic black and non-Hispanic white adolescents: associations with home availability and food consumption settings. J Am Diet Assoc106, 367–373.

    11.US Department of Agriculture (1998) Data (CD-ROM) and Documentation for the 1994–96 Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals (CSFII)-Diet and Health Knowledge Survey. National Technical Information Service Accession no. PB98-500457. Washington, DC: USDA.

    12. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (2006) National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhanes.htm

    13.McCullough, ML, Feskanich, D, Rimm, EB, Giovannucci, EL, Ascherio, A, Variyam, JN, Spiegelman, D, Stampfer, MJ & Willett, WC (2000) Adherence to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and risk of major chronic disease in men. Am J Clin Nutr72, 1223–1231.

    14. US Department of Agriculture, Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (2005) Healthy Eating Index 2005. http://www.cnpp.usda.gov/Publications/HEI/healthyeatingindex2005factsheet.pdf

    15.Sharma, S (1996) Applied Multivariate Techniques. New York: Wiley.

    16.Cuzick, J (1985) A Wilcoxon-type test for trend. Stat Med4, 87–90.

    17.Maldonado, G & Greenland, S (1993) Simulation study of confounder-selection strategies. Am J Epidemiol138, 923–936.

    18.Ditlevsen, S, Christensen, U, Lynch, J, Damsgaard, MT & Keiding, N (2005) The mediation proportion: a structural equation approach for estimating the proportion of exposure effect on outcome explained by an intermediate variable. Epidemiology16, 114–120.

    19.Casagrande, SS, Wang, Y, Anderson, C & Gary, TL (2007) Have Americans increased their fruit and vegetable intake? The trends between 1988 and 2002. Am J Prev Med32, 257–263.

    20.Kant, AK & Graubard, BI (2006) Secular trends in patterns of self-reported food consumption of adult Americans: NHANES 1971–1975 to NHANES 1999–2002. Am J Clin Nutr84, 1215–1223.

    21.Guenther, PM, Dodd, KW, Reedy, J & Krebs-Smith, SM (2006) Most Americans eat much less than recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables. J Am Diet Assoc106, 1371–1379.

    22.Fulgoni, V3rd, Nicholls, J, Reed, A, Buckley, R, Kafer, K, Huth, P, DiRienzo, D & Miller, GD (2007) Dairy consumption and related nutrient intake in African-American adults and children in the United States: continuing survey of food intakes by individuals 1994–1996, 1998, and the National Health And Nutrition Examination Survey 1999–2000. J Am Diet Assoc107, 256–264.

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